Learn Biblical Hebrew – lesson 21 – Translating Qatal | by eTeacherBiblical.com

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Published on June 22, 2015
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Visit: http://eteacherhebrew.com/sigal In this lesson we continue our study of the Qatal verb (the “suffix conjugation”), by examining the common ways in whi…

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  1. Hans Matheson

    what does beshalom mean?! in peace?

  2. learnClassicalHebrew

    @TOproFORthis Right! (Naxon) be= prep+shalom. Thank you.

  3. learnClassicalHebrew

    @elena010809 Thank you!!! Beshalom!

  4. Benjamin Laie

    Thank you very much…very helpful!

  5. learnClassicalHebrew

    Thank you. With tsere – Genesis 1:1 (two of them…). Rabbah is the
    singular absolute noun. Rabbat – construct form.

  6. Nasosowonder

    Toda Raba Sigal! Could you give a scripture reference for the direct object
    marker with “Sere” and not “Segol” as in the above example? Why does the
    English translate the “makom” as “RABBAH” and yet it is”RABBAT”?

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